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Deep Space Tech - New Ambient 2016 vol 3 mixed by Mike G

Deep Space Tech - New Ambient 2016 vol 3 mixed by Mike G

About the show

Playing tracks by

Steve Roach, Prins Thomas, HiKE, Oudin13, Aythar and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 3rd in the #dub techno chart, 13th in the #chill chart, 15th in the #downtempo chart, 18th in the #ambient chart and 18th in the #chillout chart.

Compiled and mixed by Mike G at Rubycon Sound, June 2016.

Melodic, spaced-out strains of ambient techno, trance and tech-dub from recent albums and ep's by Prins Thomas, Aythar, One Arc Degree, Steve Roach, Robert Heel, Autumn of Communion, HiKE and Oudin13.

01. Through This Haze - One Arc Degree
02. Duesseldorf Departure - HiKE
03. Astronautica (deep tech remix) - Aythar
04. A1 - Prins Thomas
05. A2 - Prins Thomas
06. Tectonics - Autumn of Communion
07. Skeleton Passage (edit) - Steve Roach
08. Kraken Mare - One Arc Degree
09. Skocjan (Upwellings remix) - Robert Heel
10. Connected Universe - Oudin13

Get a detailed tracklist at AmbientMusicGuide.com

Comments

Andrea Stojanovic

Awww Maria ! Divinely !

Melinda Kádár

Gosh, man, your mixes are so proper, i hope you live a long and happy life and never stop mixing

Ambient Music Guide Radio

Thanks Melinda. A well kind thing to say. :) For as long as I have good ears, I'll be doing it.

Shai_UT99
Shai_UT99

Very relaxing, thanks Mike. As I've mentioned, I discovered you via Digitally Imported radio, but it's a treat to have a nice fresh mix to come and listen to here - di.fm's rota has gotten pretty stale, it feels as though the same 100 tracks are played ad infinitum

Ambient Music Guide Radio

I wonder about the future of programmed net radio, actually. People can now so easily control what they listen to with on-demand services like Mixcloud, Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube, etc. I still listen to SOMA and some other live steaming stations, but on-demand services are taking some of their audience. Will they still be there in 5 years time? Interesting times in the digital domain.

Shai_UT99
Shai_UT99

That's a good point. On a related note it's the reason I stopped watching TV some years ago. I now consume all of my visual media on Youtube and a handpicked set of "channels" there that cater to my specific interests and occasionally "cull" some that no longer fit the bill.

As a relative late-comer to Internet radio (and Digitally Imported specifically) I always imagined that DI's star was still in its ascendency, but reflecting upon what you're saying has caused me to think again.

I tried SOMA out a long time ago, but that reminds me that I ought to revisit - thanks Mike!

Charles Christianson

I enjoy it.